Armchair, Charles Rennie Macintosh

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Description:

Two armchairs, designed in 1918 by Charles Rennie Macintosh. The chair has not been realized in the lifetime of Macintosh, it was brough to the market only in the 1970's by Cassina and others. The chair is a great example of Macintosh's work, and can be called one of the first "designed" pieces of furniture.

Designer:

Charles Rennie Macintosh

Charles Rennie Macintosh

Charles Rennis Macintosh (1868 - 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, painter, and craftsman. Macintosh was one of the leading heads in 19th century Art Nouveau movement and can be called one of the first modern designers.
More about Charles Rennie Macintosh's life and work can be found here.

Material:
Black painted ash wood with mother of pearl inlays, twisted straw seats.
Condition:
Good condition with signs of wear.
Dimensions:
W 52,5 x D 47 x H 75 cm, SH 45 cm
Price:
580 €
for the pair.
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